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Inspiring Photo Projects – Photographers Without Borders®

Photography Projects That Change The World

Photographers Without Borders® covers the stories of grassroots initiatives from photographer’s around the world  who contribute to sustainable development and conservation.  The mission of PWB is to inform and promote positive change in the world by visually communicating the ways that grassroots initiatives are addressing problems in each of their communities. PWB works with a variety of organizations and initiatives that demonstrate a significant impact in the areas of sustainable development and conservation. To read more about the worldwide movement go to: Photographers Without Borders®

Introduction to Street Photography Projects

Introduction to Street Photography Projects

Eric Kim Photography

In this presentation, Eric shares how he comes up with and shoot his different street photography project. He also covers what makes a great street photography project and how to over come the fears that occur when photographing unknown people. Some of the projects we cover are:

– “The Americans” by Robert Frank
– “Small World” by Martin Parr
– “Istanbul” by Alex Webb
– “Gypsies” by Josef Koudelka

 

The Importance of Personal Projects

The Importance of Personal Projects

In this episode, Matt talks about the importance of personal projects for photographers and some of the benefits that you could gain from having your own project. Matt also shares a little about his most recent project that he completed.

 

Find YOUR UNIQUE Photography Style

Find YOUR UNIQUE Photography Style

Matt Granger discusses the importance of building your own unique style with photography and develop your goal to turn your projects into a photography business.

 

The Photo Project by Emma Gerard

The Photo Project

Photographs no matter if they are candid or planned, landscape photographs or portraits can invoke tremendous feeling in the individual who is viewing them. Here is a beautiful documentary of a variety of young people explaining their favorite photographs.

Credit to the young people who submitted their story and to Emma Gerard for creating it.